Miami Dolphins: Michael Deiter, C, Wisconsin
The Dolphins will need to protect their new quarterback, and they'll have to replace Mike Pouncey.
Michael Deiter has started at center and guard for Wisconsin. He's currently the favorite to be the first center chosen in the 2019 NFL Draft, though he could declare a year earlier.
Buffalo Bills: Levonta Taylor, CB, Florida State
The Bills lost E.J. Gaines this offseason, which obviously was bad, but they'll be able to replace him with some potential second-round cornerbacks available in this class.
Levonta Taylor was highly recruited, but hasn't done much yet. He has the potential to be a top-25 pick.
Indianapolis Colts: Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M
The Colts have a bunch of sub-par running backs who will share carries. Here's their chance to secure a true lead back.
Trayveon Williams needs to continue to build strength, but he has explosive ability. He can also catch passes fairly well (19 receptions as a freshman.)
Indianapolis Colts: Anfernee Jennings, LB, Alabama
The Colts used a second-day pick on a linebacker this past April, but they still need one more upgrade in the unit.
Pick change; previously Sam Beal, CB
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Connor McGovern, G, Penn State
Here's another much-needed upgrade on the offensive line for the Buccaneers, who desperately wanted Quenton Nelson to fall to them.
Connor McGovern projects as the top guard in the 2019 NFL Draft. He's been great for Penn State, paving the way for Saquon Barkley.
Cincinnati Bengals: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
It's unclear how much longer Tyler Eifert will be able to play. Here's a replacement if he continues to suffer injuries.
Noah Fant is an athletic marvel, notching a 41-inch vertical in spring testing. He needs to improve his blocking, but his receiving ability should allow him to be a first-round pick.
Arizona Cardinals: Chauncey Gardner, S, Florida
The Cardinals will need to replace Tyrann Mathieu at some point next offseason.
Chauncey Garnder played nickel for the Gators last year, but will take on a larger role in 2017 and beyond. He's a great athlete and possesses terrific upside as a dynamic safety.
Cleveland Browns: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
The Browns have a run-stuffing interior presence in Larry Ogunjobi, but they need an inside pass-rusher to go with him.
Derrick Brown has great size (6-5, 316) and tons of upside. He can be a great interior disruptor if he lives up to his potential.
Philadelphia Eagles: Cameron Smith, LB, USC
The Eagles have some issues in their linebacking corps. Jordan Hicks has had trouble staying healthy, while Mychal Kendricks just signed with the Browns.
Houston Texans: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
It would be unfortunate for Deshaun Watson if the Texans treat him like the Seahawks have with Russell Wilson. They need to protect him.
Dallas Cowboys: Collin Johnson, WR, Texas
The Cowboys selected Michael Gallup in the third round in April, but they'll need another receiver to pair with him.
Collin Johnson has great upside and athleticism for someone with his frame (6-6, 212), but caught only 28 passes as a freshman. He's taken a big step this season with 54 receptions.
New York Giants: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
The Giants could lose Odell Beckham Jr. next offseason. Even if they don't, they'll need a receiver to replace Brandon Marshall.
Deebo Samuel barely played last year because of a fractured fibula, but he's a fringe first-round prospect.
Detroit Lions: Zach Allen, DE/DT, Boston College
The Lions were expected to address their defensive line early in the 2018 NFL Draft, but they didn't do so. Here's their chance to make amends for that.
Zach Allen needs to develop more pass-rushing moves, but he has a nice combination of size and strength, and he happens to be a stout run defender and a quality pass-rusher.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jalen Jelks, DE, Oregon
Dante Fowler has mostly been a disappointment thus far, so the Jaguars could pursue another edge rusher.
Jalen Jelks will need to add some weight if he wants to play in a 4-3, but he has the potential to be versatile enough to fit any scheme.
Denver Broncos: Ken Webster, CB, Ole Miss
The Broncos need to replace Aqib Talib. They were interested in Denzel Ward, but he never got to them.
New England Patriots: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami
The Patriots could use Chicago's pick to find a long-term replacement for Malcolm Butler.
Tennessee Titans: Brian Burns, DE/OLB, Florida State
The Titans need an edge rusher for the future with Brian Orakpo's career nearing its end. They drafted Harold Landry, but a third edge rusher in the rotation is needed.
Brian Burns needs to bulk up quite a bit, as he played at 220 pounds as a freshman, but he has a long frame, so he has the potential to fill out. He had 9.5 sacks as a freshman.
Atlanta Falcons: Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA
Austin Hooper has mostly been a disappointment thus far. If he doesn't make strides in 2018, the Falcons may want to replace him.
Serving as Josh Rosen's favorite target, Caleb Wilson is a talented route-runner who has been very productive this season. He needs to improve his blocking.
Washington Redskins: Beau Benzschawel, G, Wisconsin
The Redskins had a strong offensive line last year when everyone was healthy, but the one exception was at left guard.
Beau Benzschawel was told to return to school by draft advisory committee, but he has a chance to sneak into the first round with a strong senior campaign.
San Francisco 49ers: Iman Marshall, CB, USC
The 49ers signed Richard Sherman this offseason, but he's obviously not a long-term option for them. Here's someone to eventually replace him.
Iman Marshall was once considered a first-round prospect, but he was torched far too often in 2017.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
The Steelers desperately needed to replace Ryan Shazier this offseason, but they failed to do it. They'll need to make amends for that next offseason.
Pick change; previously Shaquille Quarterman, LB
Oakland Raiders: Ahmmon Richards, WR, Miami
I have my doubts about Martavis Bryant, and Jordy Nelson won't be in Oakland for very long.
Ahmmon Richards was highly productive as a freshman, catching 49 passes for 934 yards. He didn't do much this past year because of a hamstring, but he should have a big 2018 campaign.
Minnesota Vikings: Tyrie Cleveland, WR, Florida
Laquon Treadwell has been a failure, so the Vikings may decide to use a second-day pick in the near future on a third receiver.
Tyrie Cleveland has been an explosive player for the Gators this year, and he projects as a possible first-round selection in the future.
Green Bay Packers: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
The Packers lost Jordy Nelson this offseason, but didn't really replace him. They'll have to do so next offseason.
Parris Campbell has big-play ability, but hasn't lived up to it statistically because of some poor passing.
Los Angeles Chargers: Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern
There was a report saying the Chargers would take their quarterback of the future in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Maybe they were just off by a year.
Clayton Thorson is an underrated prospect because of his supporting cast. He has plus mechanics, and he can make any pass, fitting throws into tight windows. He has a nice arm, and he's also smart and athletic. He could be a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft if he recovers from the injury he suffered in his postseason exhibition game.
Kansas City Chiefs: N'Keal Henry, WR, Arizona State
Sammy Watkins was signed, but if he disappoints like he did with the Rams, he won't be in Kansas City for very long.
A 6-3 wide receiver with good speed, N'Keal Harry has the potential to become a first-round prospect.
Kansas City Chiefs: T.J. Edwards, LB, Wisconsin
The Chiefs lost Derrick Johnson this offseason, so they might be in the market for a linebacker next April.
Pick change; previously Michael Pinckney, LB
Carolina Panthers: Jake Hanson, C, Oregon
Ryan Kalil said he's going to retire after this season, so here's a replacement for him.
Houston Texans: Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State
Double offensive tackle picks are possible, as the Texans really need to bolster their pass protection.
Isaiah Prince has done well at right tackle thus far. He's dealt with injuries, but could be a first-round pick.
New Orleans Saints: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina
The Saints may want to search for a receiver if Cameron Meredith can't recover from his brutal knee injury.
Bryan Edwards caught 44 balls for 590 yards as a freshman at South Carolina. He has a nice frame (6-3, 212) and could be chosen in the opening round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
New England Patriots: Taylor Rapp, S, Washington
The Patriots love to use three-safety formations, and they could use an upgrade over Patrick Chung.
Taylor Rapp was part of Washington's terrific secondary last year, recording four interceptions as a mere freshman.
Philadelphia Eagles: Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana Tech
Doug Pederson comes from the Andy Reid school of bolstering the trenches as possible, so I could see him wanting to add another edge rusher.